6 products found
Ceylor Tight Feeling 6 condoms
Small condoms | 45 mm wide| 190 mm long| 0,07 mm thick| Unique V-shape
EXS Delay Endurance 12 condoms
Delay condoms | 53 mm wide | 192 mm long | 0,073 mm thick | Straight shape
Fair Squared Max Perform 10 condoms
Orgasme vertragende condooms | 52 mm wide | 160 mm long| 0,07 mm thick | Straight shape
EXS Snug Fit 12 condoms
Small condoms | 49 mm wide | 180 mm long | 0,073 mm thick | Straight shape
Sex Advice & Inspiration
Size matters: Understanding the different condom sizes
Size definitely does matter, but only insofar as getting the best fitting condoms is concerned. Penis-owners come in all different shapes and sizes, and so do condoms. If you’re bigger than average and find that regular-sized condoms don’t provide the comfort and fit you need, extra-large condoms are the perfect option for you. If you find that regular-sized condoms feel loose or uncomfortable during sex, discover the perfect fit with small condoms.
Through thick or thin: Which condom thickness is best?
The best condom is the one that feels right and fits best for you. If you do not get the feeling you want from condoms you currently use, you might want to consider changing the thickness. The thinner the condom, the more enhanced your sensitivity. So, let’s take a look at the different condom thicknesses that are available.
Silicone-based lube vs. water-based lube: Which should you use?
Contrary to popular misconceptions, lube can be used by everyone, not just people whose bodies are struggling to produce natural lubrication. Even if you feel that your body is doing a great job without any assistance, you might be missing out on a whole load of extra pleasure without knowing it. But there are a lot of lubricants out there and knowing which one is right for you to use can be a minefield.
Find relief with our top vaginal dryness products
Do you suffer from vaginal dryness? Then, you are not alone. We’re here to reassure you that vaginal dryness is completely normal. In fact, 73% of women have experienced discomfort due to dryness during sex. And, contrary to popular belief, it isn’t a problem that just affects women going through the menopause. It can affect women of all ages.